|THE ROAD TO THE STATE CONTINUES THIS WEEK.|
|Last week saw the following Sectionals being contested. You can view the results by clicking on the location|
9/28 - DII Girls at Hamilton Elks
9/28 - DII Girls at WGC (MVGA)
9/29 - DII Boys at Reid Park
9/29 - DII Boys at Shelby Oaks
9/29 - DIII Boys at Walden Ponds
9/29 - DIII Boys at Turtle Creek
9/30 - DII Boys at Pipestone (MVGA)
9/30 - DII Boys at the Mill Course
9/30 - DII Girls at Stillwater Valley
Next Week sees Sectionals for DI at Yankee Trace, Kings Island, Miami Whitewater, Reid Park and Girls at Hamilton Elks, Walden Ponds and Yankee Trace
It also sees the Districts for DII Boys at Glenview on Tuesday, DIII Boys at Beavercreek on Thursday, and DII Girls at Pipestone on Wednesday(MVGA)
If you would be interested in being a walking scorer this Wednesday at Pipestone. We could still use a few more to ensure every group has one with them. If interested please send me an email at email@example.com. If you already registered here are the assignments
State Championships for DII and DII are the weekend of October 16th & 17th and DI the weekend of October 23rd & 24th
|What Not to Do|
As we slowly start heading into the off season, now is the time to start thinking about how to start an Off Season Golf Fitness Program. Here are nine things NOT TO DO,To Read On
|Dr. Nick Curry is a chiropractor that is also certified through the highly esteemed Titleist Performance Institute as a medical, fitness, and junior golf wellness professional. He is the owner of Integrative Health and Sports Performance in Bellbrook and serves at the Team Chiropractor to Wright State and Miami Universities. To Visit their Website |
|CONTINUING THE CONVERSATION |
|Random Golf Footnotes from John Fisher |
|In the 1938 PGA, two of the era’s star players, Paul Runyan and, Sam Snead, met in the final for the Wanamaker Trophy. Snead was the oddsmakers’ 10-1 favorite to win the match. He was tall, strong and with a model swing drove the ball among the longest hitters on the professional tour. The slightly built Runyan – about 5 feet 7 inches and 130 pounds – used an unorthodox loopy swing as one of the game’s shortest hitters.|
Runyan, who was raised in rural Arkansas, was introduced to golf as a caddie. He quit school after the eighth grade, and at age 18 became the head professional at Concordia Country Club in Little Rock.
For The Story
|If you’re interested in golf history, consider joining the Golf Heritage Society (golfheritage.org), if you’re not a member already. |
|Additional fall events you may be interested in... |
|Annual Fall Invitational - Miami Valley GC - October 16 & 17 - Additional Detail |
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|A NOTE ON OUR YOUTH ON COURSE PROGRAM |
One of our core beliefs at Miami Valley Golf is believing that every child deserves access to the life changing opportunities that our game can provide regardless of socioeconomic status.
With that in mind, in 2018, we teamed up with Youth on Course to bring this national program to our Miami Valley area.
Youth on Course members can play at participating courses for $5 or less during allotted times, after paying a small membership fee which is also $5.
Our foundation (Miami Valley Golf Foundation) supports this program locally by supplementing the difference in green fees to the participating facility.
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic we will need additional assistance as some of our opportunity for fund raising will not be available. If possible, we encourage you to support this program. An easy online contribution can be made here.
Thank you for your consideration!
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The Morning Read
Global Golf Post
From the Short Grass Archive
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The Fried Egg
No Laying Up
18 Strong- Golf Fitness
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